Internetworks is a web design company with one major difference - we own and maintanin 4 large and successful websites of our own, and we bring all of this experience to bear on the work we do for you. Here is a brief description of some of the websites we have designed - we hope you will enjoy them.

The websites are listed in approximate order of the number of page accesses each of them receives. The top two sites in the list each get more than 60,000 page accesses a month, and the next two get over 25,000 page accesses a month. .......more                         UK trade fairs and exhibitions

tfeUK is the official government website for the UK exhibition industry, with a full listing of all forthcoming trade and consumer exhibitions for the next 2 years or so.

Each trade fair or exhibition is listed 4 times - once by subject, once by date, once by venue, and once by organiser

This website is increasingly used by people interested in exhibiting at UK exhibitions, or in visiting them, since it has a very simple and effective navigation system which enables you to have all the information you want on the screen at the same time.                         Sundials on the Internet

Sundials are becoming increasingly popular as focal points for gardens and open spaces, as markers to commemorate a special event, and as presents for the increasing number of people who already have everything.

We started Sundials on the Internet in 1996, and it has become one of the leading information sites about sundials in the world. There is a wealth of information about how sundials work, including some projectsyou can do, a list of 40 sundial trails from all over the world, and information about sundials you can buy                         Epsom and Ewell on the Internet

Epsom and Ewell is a borough in the county of Surrey, just outside the London border. It is also a very pleasant place in which to live, to work or to visit

It is famous because the Derby is run every year in June on Epsom Downs, as it has been for the last 200 years. Other historical associations are with Nonsuch Park (the site of the palace of King Henry VIII), Mrs. Beeton (who spent much of her life in Epsom), the Pre-Raphaelites (who visited and worked in Epsom), Samuel Pepys (who describes his visits to the well where Epsom salts were first discovered) and many other local personalities

Epsom is also distinguished by its unique system of local government. Our council is unique in England in that the Council is controlled by councillors nominated by independent Residents Associations. This has brought great advantages to Epsom; our councillors are not beholden to national political pagrties, nor are they looking for political careers elsewhere in the future; they have been able to concentrate whole-heartedly on what is best for Epsom and Ewell. It is a tribute to this system that our new shopping cetres, offices, and industrial developments have been integrated within our existing urban fabric without destroying the appearence of our Market Square and town centre.

We are based in Epsom, and we have been proud to have produced this website in 1996, and to maintain and expand it since. We have had some notable successes, including linking with our excellent Bourne Hall Museum to produce the Bourne Hall Outreach Programme. This brings the content of the splendid exhibitions they hold there to a much w ider audience, and also helped to attract a lottery grant.                         The Camino de Santiago in northern Spain

The Camino de Santiago is a 1,200 year old pilgrimage route. The main part of it is the Camino Francés which stretches across the whole of northern Spain from St.Jean-Pied-du-Port near Biarritz in France, through Pamplona, Logroño, Burgos, and Leon to Santiago de Compostela.

This website is designed to show people thinking of doing this interesting (and mind-changing) walk exactly what the Camino is like. Most people over-estimate the difficulties of the terrain, and the walking surfaces, and under-estimate the fact that their feet are probably not used to walking a reasonably long distance every day. The 1,500 pictures on this website give a very detailed picture of the path, the refugios, the scenery, the monuments, and the curiosities of the Camino.

The most recent stage of development of this website has been supported by the regional government of Galicia, and has enabled us to include pages on the Camino Aragones from Oloron Ste. Marie in France to Somport, Jaca, and Puente La Reina, and also the Camino de Finisterre from Santiago to Finisterre and Muxia, and the Camino Ingles from Ferrol and A Coruna to Santiago                         The innovative Spot-On Sundial

The Spot-On Sundial is an accurate, beautiful scientific sundial which incorporates a significant design innovation; the split gnomon produces a "line of light" for a few minutes at noontime, and this enables the sundial to be oriented "spot on" to true North without using much less accurate compass methods.

The original Spot-On Sundial is 17 cm. square, and is made in 8 different models for Northern latitudes between 57 deg. N (Edinburgh) and 28 deg N, and one Southern Hemisphere model which can be used between 27 degrees S and 41 degrees S.These sundials can be personally engraved on the side of the gnomon, and can normally be delivered in a few days.

27 cm. and 34 cm. models models in brass are now being introduced.

The new Spot-On Sundial in stainless steel has been designed for public open spaces and large gardens. It is made from 10 mm. stainless steel and is thus very robust. It too incorporates the splint gnomon giving the light of light at every noontime. These dials are availabel in two models, 30 cm and 42 cm. square. Each one is made specifically for its intended location, and has engraving to the exact requirments of the client. It is ideal for a commemorative memorial to a person or a special event. Delivery is normally about four weeks.

Spot-On Sundials also offers the unusual Polar Sundial in brass.                         Max Nicholson, environmetalist, 1904 - 2002

Max Nicholson became interested in birds at a very young age, and this was a major strand in an extraordinary career, which spanned journalism, economic planning, public administration, authorship, nature conservation, and envirnomental issues. He had a gift for starting organisations, rnaging from the Oxford University Exploration Club to the Jubilee Walkway in Central London and the World Wildlife Fund

This memorial website has the text of many of the published obituaries, together with the text of Sir Crispin Tickell's address at the memorial service. There are also many recollections from friends and colleagues, and a full transcript of his interview for Desert Island disks in 1995, and plenty of other interesting material including pictures.                         The villages of north-east Suffolk

The villages of north-east Suffolk have a long history going back to Viking times. Lothingland is an island joined to the rest of England with two bridges in Great Yarmouth, two at St. Olaves and two in Lowestoft, and bounded by the sea to the East and the River Waveney to the West. The area offers good walking country, pleasant vollages, and friendly pubs. The main tourist attractions are the River Waveney, which forms the southern arm of the Norfolk Broads, the great Roman fort at Burgh castle, the country park at Fritton Lake, and the house and grounds of Somerleyton Hall and Fritton Lake.

The area is particularly rich in churches. Ashby, Belton, Blundeston, Burgh Castle, Corton, Fritton, Herringfleet, Hopton, Lound, Somerleyton, and St. Olaves all have churches which are worth a visit.                         The Inca Trail in Peru

the Inca Trail in Peru stretches from near Cuzco to Macchu Picchu. It is only some 55 km. long, and the path is well laid out, much of it paved by the Incas. The main difficulty is the altitude; even with a few days of acclimatization, many people find it very demainding physically, particularly the morning of the second day, which involves an ascent of 1,000 metres to the grimly-named Dead Widow's Pass before lunch.

The scenery is stunning, there are lots of interesting wild flowers, and the sight of Macchu Picchu from the Sun Gate is one never to be forgotten.

This site shows each day of the trail in pictures - so you can see why it is considered "one of the best walks in the world"                         The holy mountain - Mount Athos in Greece

The holy mountain of Mount Athos is situated in north-east Greece. For over 1,000 years, it has been entirely devoted to religion. It now has many Greek Othodox monasteries. It is enjoying a bith of a revival at present, with increasing numbers of monks and an influx of money to repair the buildings, much of it from the European Community

No women are allowed on the Holy Mountain, and the numbers of men are strictly controlled by a quota; you have to obtain a Greek government permit first, and then apply in person for a permit from the authorities of the Holy Mountain when you arrive. The only access is by boat. The monasteries are very interesting, and you are expected to join in the life of the monasteries in which you stay. You are only allowed to stay for four days; many people find it a mind-changing experience to be part, briefly, of a totally different world.                         The High Atlas in Morocco

The High Atlas of Morocco is an increasingly popular tourist destaination whch also offers the opportunity to explare the northern edges of the Sahara. This website records the contrasts in an 8-day trip in 4 x 4 vehicles from Marrakesh.